The author has a lot of questions and doesn't pretend to have all the answers.This is a book from a progressive perspective, so if you are a conservative who does not want your viewpoint challenged you may not like it.Dawson is a hugely underrated talent in the world of indie comics.All of his books are great, and this is no exception. the very memory of which causes Elliott to weep again.'Sunset' Mike's maudlin book "Rules for Dating My Daughter" is such a bleeding heart tale.The comics are unique in their willingness to interrogate many of the tricky issues around modern family life: How responsible can a parent be for his children's safety?How much can a feminist father do to change the way others treat his daughter and son?Currently Mike is the host of TCJ Talkies, Book Club podcast at The Comics Journal, where cartoonists come on to discuss graphic novels they’ve read.He lives in Fair Haven, New Jersey with his wife and two children.
Dawson doesn't claim to have the answers, but watching him wrestle with the questions is more satisfying anyway." - Dan Kois, Slate Book Review Mike Dawson is the author of three books: Freddie & Me: A Coming-of-Age (Bohemian) Rhapsody a memoir of his childhood obsession with Queen, Troop 142, a sordid tale of a New Jersey Boy Scout troop away on a weeklong Summer camping trip, and Angie Bongiolatti, a story about sex, socialism, and Online Learning in post 9/11 New York City.
If you are interested in getting the shirt that these rules was turned into, please go to hit “shop the MFD store” In all seriousness (not that those are not serious) I wonder what rules you have in place for your daughter?
I wonder if you have any “dating rules” or possibly “dress code” rules in place.
Perhaps the dichotomy between you and they is the basis of the angst that which you wish to convey in these comics.
But to your question itself, I can find little evidence toward the affirmative.